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SMS texts 'will continue to provide revenue' - Network Equipment

Mobile network operators, which may use network equipment to run their business, are likely to find SMS text messages will continue to be a "significant source" of revenue.

This is according to forecasts from Informa Telecoms & Media, whose research suggests SMS revenues will rise to $136.9 billion (£86 billion) in 2015.

Pamela Clark-Dickson, senior analyst at the company, commented: "SMS will continue to be the most popular form of messaging for a number of reasons: universal access and interoperability across devices and mobile operator networks, ease of use, reliability and low cost."

She said the technology continues to be a "core service" for mobile phone users and accounted for 80 per cent of network operators' data and messaging revenues last year.

SMS is increasingly being used by firms and organisations to inform their customers of the latest offers, provide them with banking details and offer promotional programmes.

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